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Published: Friday, June 21 2013 8:58 a.m. MDT

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Liberal Ted
Salt Lake City, UT

Silly people. obamacare is free and doesn't cost anything! Remember?!

Gosh, all of those idiots that thought things cost money in this world. You just say it's free and wala, it is 100% free and no one has to pay for it.

Or could it be that all of this "government" which is really taxpayer funded welfare, actually be paid for out of peoples pockets? The solution ten years from now, is to raise the taxes on the illegals. Cut them off of getting tax refunds for not making enough money. Raise the premiums and the cost for them to see the doctor. And then it's paid for, which makes it "free" right?

Chris B
Salt Lake City, UT

They should ALL be excluded.

they're not Americans.

Unbelievable.

Are some people in North Korea excluded too under obamacare?

Fitness Freak
Salt Lake City, UT

Just enforce current laws, including against the employers who hire them.

Problem solved.

Mexico has very inexpensive healthcare. They should be using it.

DN Subscriber 2
SLC, UT

This is absurd. Greedy, Arrogant,unbelievable. But predictable.

Sort of like a bank robber being unhappy that the bank he robbed did not give him more money than they had.

People engaged in illegal activity should NEVER benefit from that activity, but instead should be prosecuted to the full extent of the law. And, anyone who fails to prosecute them should be charged as an accessory.

VickieB
SLC, UT

I feel sorry for the Americans working 29 hours, who are locked out.

SLars
Provo, UT

Legal immigrants are locked out for 5 years. They have no business being here in the first place.

worf
Mcallen, TX

Some? Why?

Lets get this right! The employees have turned against us, and become the masters.

This isn't about health care, but government control.

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